Science GPA

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I have a question that I would like to post that has me a bit confused ... please don't flame it, it is an honest question. What classes are considered during the calculation of the science GPA?

I know the 'traditional' science classes such as bio, chem, physics, etc.; but I have seen several people mention on the various posts and boards that calculus is also used and actually some engineering classes.

I always viewed the 'traditional' science classes as the only ones used in the science GPA calcs (and I think I'm right), but seeing others post about calculus and engineering courses has me confused.
 

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Originally posted by Mo007
Science GPA: Biology/Chemistry (including Organics)/Physics/Mathematics courses.

You GPA is everything you have taken including your sciences.

Wow! Hearing that Mathematics courses are included means that my science GPA is WAY understated ... SWEET!

Now does that include only calculus or is it all math classes (algebra, trig, calc, etc.)?

Thanks for the quick response!
 
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I just checked my AADSAS application, and it has both a science GPA and a BCP GPA. BCP includes bio/chem/physics (if I recall correctly) and science GPA includes bio/chem/physics/math (and other things, but as aphistis already mentioned, check with AADSAS for clarification on what counts). Of course, there will also be a non-science GPA and an overall GPA that gets calculated.
 
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